It does not matter where in the country you live. If your state does not offer concealed carry, you need to get involved. If your state does support your right to self defense and concealed carry, you need to get involved. There is strength in numbers and we need to all come together. The Second Amendment Foundation is leading the way, but we cannot passively sit back and let the other guy do all of the work. The following is the statement from the Second Amendment Foundation.
I just finished listening to the latest congressional committee hearing regarding SH-216—Sen. Feinstein’s latest attempt to ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. I am struck by the blindness exhibited by the anti-gun members of the committee and those testifying.
No tactics were involved the last time I harvested a coyote. In fact, I became excited when I first glimpsed hair moving through the brush thinking it was a giant Illinois buck. I slowly stood up and checked my mechanical release.
Given the rate products are flying off the shelves at Cheaper Than Dirt! and elsewhere around the country, it’s not worth being too picky in deciding which products deserve flavor of the week treatment, so I am not going to even try.
The New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) is Requesting Handwritten Letters to State Officials
I doubt anyone ever confused refletching with rocket science, but if they did, it must have been after one crazy night. Fletching your arrows is not only easy, it can be downright simple.
I am a firm supporter of our troops. That includes returning veterans, wounded or not, and the troops deployed. I have given to, or worked with, many nonprofits.
The Second Amendment Foundation is not a Johnny Come Lately organization jumping on the gun control bandwagon. In fact, SAF is the nation’s oldest, and largest, nonprofit 501(c)(3) foundation dedicated to research, publishing, education and legal defense of gun rights.
I have a wife who works in the firearms industry. To simply say she knows guns would not only be an understatement, it would be cause to look for cover.
Summer is just around the corner. As soon as the turkey woods start to cool, and Tommy Three Toes loses interest in the ladies, the weather should just be getting ripe for bowfishing. Never tried it before? Who cares? You get to shoot fish!
If a few lawmakers in Colorado get their way, we could be forced to find out. In their zeal to jump on the anti-gun agenda, lawmakers in Colorado have proposed banning the sale or manufacture of high-capacity magazines. The law would go well beyond Colorado’s borders by banning the manufacture of products to be sold out-of-state.
Love to fish? Love archery? Looking for some nonstop action on the cheap?
Even if you said no, bowfishing could still be for you.
Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.
Navy SEALs have fought and died on many battlefields across the globe. I have known a number of SEALs, worked with many, called some shipmate and even earned the recognition of being considered a friend by others.
Rather than looking to capability or crime statistics, Feinstein’s bill starts by attempting to ban weapons by name.
Given the skyrocketing price of guns and ammunition these days, it’s no wonder people are flocking to the stick and string. That’s right; archery is on the rise. In fact, it has been for years. Archery classes and sales swell with each Olympic medal or anytime archery is featured in a movie. Do Lord of the Rings or Hunger Games ring any bells?
Before you decide to tar-and-feather and run me out on a rail, please read the entire article…
I just listened to the feel-good press conference about another so-called Assault Weapon Ban. It was sickening to hear the useless babble from the uneducated, uninformed lawmakers in this country until the logic struck me like a lightening bolt and really opened my eyes.
There always seems to be a lot of confusion over the difference between a .223 and a 5.56 chamber. I often receive questions asking if someone can shove 5.56 ammo into their new AR-15. The quick answer is maybe. Just because a gun has .223/5.56 scribed on the barrel, does not mean it can handle either type of ammunition equally.